Case Study Hertfordshire
Gunite is a sprayed-on concrete material that’s commonly used either to create a robust lining for otherwise fragile structures, or with a framework grid, including steel reinforcing rods (rebar), to form the walls of a swimming pool. The tough finished lining is created by combining a dry Gunite mix with water just before spraying, (the dry process).
The Gunite mix is stored in a hopper and fed by compressed air, through a delivery hose, to a nozzle where it’s mixed with water immediately before spraying. The application is quite an art as one false move often means that blockages will occur. Our experienced Nozzle Operators are therefore always in demand.